No End in Sight

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Released 2007

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2007
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No End in Sight is a documentary film that focuses on the occupation of Iraq by American troops, starting in March of 2003. The film features 35 interviews of American troops, former George W. Bush loyalists, journalists, and authors. All of the interviewees blame lack of planning from the Bush Administration for the cause of ensuing conflicts in Iraq, including lack of security and sectarian violence. They believe that if the Bush Administration would have enlisted the help of more experiences outsiders there could have been fewer casualties and conflicts. Some of the interviewees include Richard Armitage, the former deputy secretary of the state department; George Parker, author of The Assassins' Gate; Seth Moulton, a lieutenant with the U.S. Marines and Robert Hutchings, the former chairman of the National Intelligence Council. No End in Sight won numerous awards including the 2007 Best Non-Fiction Film at the National Society Film Critics Awards and the 2007 New York Film Critics Circle Awards.

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  • 90

    The New York Times A.O. Scott

    It's a sober, revelatory and absolutely vital film.

  • 90

    Los Angeles Times

    The result, narrated in a grave monotone by Campbell Scott, is a catalog of horrors so absurd and relentless it verges on farce, or Greek tragedy.

  • 70

    Variety Robert Koehler

    With an accountant's eye for precision and a political scientist's grasp of the machinations that move national policy, Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight itemizes the errors, misj...

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    Documentary, Drama

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    Military & War, Politics